Siena's social work program is ranked in the top 25% nationally.

As a social work major, you'll develop the communication skills and understanding of social problems necessary to become a professional interviewer and community change agent. You'll be well-prepared to work with individuals, families, groups and communities to solve problems. The signature 450-hour internship program matches you to a professional supervised site based on your interests.

Internship settings include:

  • Schools
  • Nursing homes
  • Probation offices
  • Homelessness programs
  • Domestic violence shelters
  • Mental health facilities and programs

Your Future Success

Siena social work majors are prepared for social work careers in diverse settings such as hospitals, family service agencies, domestic violence programs and more immediately after graduation. The program is also an ideal foundation for a master's degree in social work.